TYSON FURY’S defensive brilliance has been showcased in a three-minute clip of the Gypsy King making rivals look stupid.
The unbeaten WBC champion has received acclaim as one the most elusive heavyweights of all time.
And a recent montage uploaded by promoter Frank Warren is evidence of that as he bobs and weaves away from opponents.
Deontay Wilder, 36, and Derek Chisora, 38, were among those left hitting air as Fury evades any trouble.
The Brit has always been a defence maestro but since linking up with trainer Sugarhill Steward he has reinvented himself as a puncher.
Steward led Fury, 33, to two wins over Wilder with both ending in brutal stoppages.
They are faced with the challenge of Dillian Whyte, 34, next Saturday at Wembley and the nephew of iconic coach Emanuel has only one thing on his mind.
Sugarhill told Boyle Sports: “We’ve seen Dillian Whyte’s punching power over the years, he’s no different than these other heavyweights are.
“Everybody has a chance in the heavyweight division, that’s why it’s the most exciting division.
“Everybody wants one heavyweight to hit the other heavyweight and them to go down. That’s it.
“That’s what the heavyweight division brings. That’s what the heavyweight division is about.
“It’s about that one punch knockout at any given time, it can happen.
“Yeah, Dillian Whyte has a chance. He can punch, he’s a tremendous puncher.
“He’s almost got as many knockouts as Tyson Fury. The only real difference if i’m really being honest is Tyson Fury is the knockout king.
“He dethroned the previous knockout king, so that makes Tyson legitimately the knockout king.
“He’s the big puncher in boxing now, the same way he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko, he dethroned Deontay Wilder by knocking him out – giving him a taste of his own medicine – twice.
“That makes Tyson legitimately, factually the biggest puncher in boxing.
“You can’t become the biggest puncher in boxing if you don’t take out the bigger puncher.”